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I only eat plain Lays Stax and Mission Corn chips. Which other ones are good for super sensitive people? (every lays product other that Stax make me sick)

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I cut potatoes thinly and cook at 400 for 30 minutes in olive oil. You can also make other veggie chips that way. Safe and good. I can't eat processed foods. I'm very sensitive.

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For potato chips I can only eat plain Wavy Lays or Kettle chips. I can't eat the Stax because they have soy. For corn chips I make my own most of the time using Mission Corn tortillas. I spray with olive oil, cut with a pizza cutter and bake them on a baking sheet with holes in it at 325 for 12-15 minutes or until crispy. I don't buy the bagged ones very often but I have been able to eat Garden of Eatin blue corn chips, Grande Restaurant style Gluten free and sometimes Fritos. Fritos however made me sick last itme I ate them--maybe I ate too much corn that day? I just threw up about 20 minutes later and had heartburn. I didn't have a gltuen reaction but I haven't eaten them since.

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I do bake and I do have a fryer. :) I am going to try making my own with the mission tortillas. That sounds soo good. Warm chips and salsa...yummy!

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FoodShouldTasteGood Tortilla Chips. I really like these chips and they are made from sweet potatoes.

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FoodShouldTasteGood Tortilla Chips. I really like these chips and they are made from sweet potatoes.

I just looked these up on the internet. I had never heard of them. They look great!

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Late July Organic chips might be worth looking at. They are GFCO certified, so if lay's staxx work with you, I would imagine these should as well. ( http://www.latejuly.com/ )

I haven't tried them myself, but my son seems to like them. :-)

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Fritos however made me sick last itme I ate them--maybe I ate too much corn that day? I just threw up about 20 minutes later and had heartburn. I didn't have a gltuen reaction but I haven't eaten them since.

Both my daughter and I had a terrible reaction to fritos before, too. She's not sensitive to corn much, best I can tell, but we both got our gluten reaction to that one like crazy (before I knew I was super sensitive).

Although I was talking with the frito's company today and the young man said that while they didn't test their products for gluten before, they have started testing them periodically now. It's still <20ppm only, but better than it was!

And the really interesting part. We start talking super sensitivity comes up, and he mentions that one of his good friends is sensitive to lower concentrations than 20ppm, too, and keeps wishing for lower ppm standards.

heh - super sensitives are like ninjas. :ph34r: We are everywhere. :lol:

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Both my daughter and I had a terrible reaction to fritos before, too. She's not sensitive to corn much, best I can tell, but we both got our gluten reaction to that one like crazy (before I knew I was super sensitive).

Although I was talking with the frito's company today and the young man said that while they didn't test their products for gluten before, they have started testing them periodically now. It's still <20ppm only, but better than it was!

And the really interesting part. We start talking super sensitivity comes up, and he mentions that one of his good friends is sensitive to lower concentrations than 20ppm, too, and keeps wishing for lower ppm standards.

heh - super sensitives are like ninjas. :ph34r: We are everywhere. :lol:

Interesting to know! So perhaps my sensitive system did detect the gluten and throwing up prevented me from getting the rest of my symptoms. I have reacted by throwing up one other time--when I was a given regualar pasta at Olive Garden and told it was gluten-free. Throwing up that time did not prevent me from getting gluten symptoms however--probably because of the large amount versus just a trace in the Fritos. :ph34r: We need to start the super sensitive ninja club! :lol:

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Fritos were sometimes okay and sometimes not when I tried them years ago. I took them out.

lisa

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Food Should Taste Good chips are AMAZING!!! Like replacement wheat thins! YUUUUUUMMMMMMMMMY!!!

I also like Boulder Canyon Chips. http://www.bouldercanyonfoods.com/

They write gluten free right on the front of the bag! Bless their lovely hearts. And their lovely chips!

And I've never had a problem with the Mission chips either.

It's the small indulgences that we must find that help us enjoy, right? :P

-Daisy

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Well, I must revise my above statement. However, eating half a bag of chips is really never a good idea, but what's done is done. Poor Boulder Canyon Chips are now (at the very least) on my caution list, if I can restrict myself to less than 1/2 a bag. So they probably won't be bought again! I did notice an increased selection at the store, and the increase was of non-gluten free items. So oh well. I'm off to go feed my hungry self. Again.

-Daisy

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I noticed that no one really mentioned Kettle Brand Chips. It is listed on the back of the package if they are gluten-free or not. I think my husband does well with those but after reading the posts from people I wonder if we are monitoring his diet close enough. He is having tests run this week because he never feels well anymore. It's almost hard to pinpoint if he's been contaminated unless he has the specific symptoms that we know very well.

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My daughter,a super sensitive, had problems with Kettle chips. The rest of us didn't try them. I got them because they had been recommended for super sensitives. I noticed that they make both gluten containing chips and gluten free chips. Does anyone know if they are made in separate facilities?

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My daughter,a super sensitive, had problems with Kettle chips. The rest of us didn't try them. I got them because they had been recommended for super sensitives. I noticed that they make both gluten containing chips and gluten free chips. Does anyone know if they are made in separate facilities?

From Kettles FAQ here: http://kettlebrand.com/our_products/faqs/

All Kettle Brand
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There was more to their FAQ about gluten free, and here it is:

Our other products (Kettle Brand
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I noticed that no one really mentioned Kettle Brand Chips. It is listed on the back of the package if they are gluten-free or not. I think my husband does well with those but after reading the posts from people I wonder if we are monitoring his diet close enough. He is having tests run this week because he never feels well anymore. It's almost hard to pinpoint if he's been contaminated unless he has the specific symptoms that we know very well.

Did your husband do well when he first went gluten free? I did very well for close to 2 years,but have really struggled for quite some time now. If our patterns are similar, maybe we could help each other figure this thing out.

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I have problems with Kettle brand chips but I've determined it's safflower oil that is the problem for me, not gluten per se. I have trouble with any chip that uses safflower oil.

What I think is that safflower oil may be harvested on gluten-contaminated harvesting equipment or some other method of contamination of the oil Or it could just be the oil itself, but I don't have trouble with other oils.

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Does anyone know if they are made in separate facilities?

Called 'em a few weeks back and they said their gluten free chips are made in a gluten-free facility. Every batch tested to <20ppm. Something new since I called a couple years ago is that they now require any company supplying them with flavorings to test the flavorings as < 10 ppm before the company will accept them.

That said, my daughter will get ill off of these too, if she eats too many. A small bowlful seems okay, but she's had 1/2 a bag before and started reacting.

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FoodShouldTasteGood Tortilla Chips. I really like these chips and they are made from sweet potatoes.

That sounds soooooooogood! Thankyou richard for mentioning that! :D:D:D

About fritos...they ALLWAYS make my tummy upset...to the point of throwing up...soooo oily! Its doritoes I'll miss...last few years...haven't been able to keep them down either! :blink::(

Good to hear about substitutes!!! :rolleyes::lol::D

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Its doritoes I'll miss...last few years...haven't been able to keep them down either!

My kids have tried a chip they liked, called Laurell Hill, nacho flavor, that they said reminded them a lot of the Doritos chip that they used to have. This kind:

Laurellhillfoods.com

These chips are GFCO certified, so they should be less of a cc risk than Doritos. :-)

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I only eat plain Lays Stax and Mission Corn chips. Which other ones are good for super sensitive people? (every lays product other that Stax make me sick)

Thanks!

Any other super sensitives doing ok with Lays Stax as GFreeMO mentioned? I would be in heaven if I could find a potato chip that works! As a side note, I made my own potato chips using canola oil. Had gut pain the next day. Might need to try other oils. I've noticed some debate about oils from time to time on this site. The oils may be the source of cc in chips. dilletantesteph has mentioned that she uses olive oil. Will try that next.
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Well, I must revise my above statement. However, eating half a bag of chips is really never a good idea, but what's done is done. Poor Boulder Canyon Chips are now (at the very least) on my caution list, if I can restrict myself to less than 1/2 a bag. So they probably won't be bought again! I did notice an increased selection at the store, and the increase was of non-gluten free items. So oh well. I'm off to go feed my hungry self. Again.

-Daisy

I guess that depends on the SIZE of the BAG...LOL Just how many are we talking here...personal size (one serving)...average size...(pass it around during T.V time size)...or are we talking..FAMILY economy size!!! HaHaHa!!!

Sorry...couldn't pass that one up!!! :rolleyes:

Somepeople just LOVE their chips!!! :wub::lol::rolleyes:

Also...I just want to say...that bird dog is adorable!!! :D

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